HIPS don’t lie

The first and second chakras (Muladhara and Svadisthana) are responsible for the energy of the hips. The root chakra (Muladhara), located in the area of our tailbone, is responsible for a sense of stability, security, and grounding. It is our foundation, our connection to the Earth. When the root chakra is blocked, we may experience fear, uncertainty, and a lack of self-confidence.

The sacral chakra (Svadisthana), located in the pelvic area, is responsible for our creativity, emotions, and sensuality. It is the center of our sexual and creative energy. When the sacral chakra is in harmony, we can express our creativity, experience joy in life, and form deep, fulfilling connections with others. Working on this chakra can help unlock our creative power and build healthy, satisfying relationships.

It is in the hips that our experiences, as well as stored emotions and memories, are concentrated. Our past traumas and unresolved issues create blockages in the hips, making them less flexible and open. During hip-opening exercises, it is possible to release stored emotions. As a result, we may experience anger, sadness, joy, happiness, and even pain. By experiencing and accepting these emotions released during practice, we can release blockages and gain a better understanding of our past experiences. Removing these emotional blockages is essential because otherwise, they can hinder our personal growth and the utilization of our potential—our creativity and strength. The strength of the hips also symbolizes support and inherited traits from our ancestors. Strong hips suggest that we have strong connections to our genealogical tree and inherit positive family traits.

Hip-opening practices, such as yoga asanas, can bring many benefits. It is important to practice with patience, acceptance, and mindfulness since the process of releasing these emotions can be profound and requires time.

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